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Former Uber executive Max Crowly is launching a pop-up coffee startup in New York that promises cheaper and faster drinks than competitors like Starbucks and Dunkin’.
The pop-up concept, dubbed Bandit, is already live in China and it forgoes the traditional brick-and-mortar model. Instead, the shops look more like mall kiosks and showcase bold white and orange text: “Bandit. Drink it like you stole it,” one of the displays reads.
The shops are fully geared with coffee-making equipment and capable of being moved easily, including into popular areas like malls, offices and hotel lobbies. Some of the offerings: hot coffee, cold brews and kombucha, on which Americans spent a whopping $180 million on in 2015.